Thursday, October 17, 2013
Don’t miss magazine media's premier conference, convening the top minds from publishing, editorial, technology and advertising, to explore the topics that matter most during these transformational times. Oct. 22-23, NYC.
Cosmopolitan for Latinas Increases Publication Frequency
Launched in May 2012, Cosmopolitan for Latinas debuted that year with Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter issues. In 2013, Hearst increased publication frequency to four issues and in 2014 there will be five, though the company plans to maintain its distribution of 545,000.
Graydon Carter and the Rise of Vanity Fair
As Vanity Fair celebrates its 100th birthday, The London Times Janice Turner interviews the magazine’s editor, Graydon Carter, who confirms a Gwyneth Paltrow feature will run despite backlash from the star.
Q&A with Domino Editor Michelle Adams
Domino editor Michelle Adams talks about E-Commerce, print and how print factors into the Domino brand now, and its importance to Domino readers as the beloved shelter returns to start-up mode.
New York Magazine Considers Biweekly Frequency
Anup Bagaria, CEO of parent New York Media, confirmed that changing the frequency of the magazine in 2014 is being considered although “There is nothing definitive yet,” he said.
National Geographic Asked Fans to Submit Their Best Travel Pictures and Got Some Amazing Results
Led by the magazine's star photographer Cory Richards and his magazine photo editor Sadie Quarrier, the project asks photographers to submit three images "that convey how photography can help us explore our changing world."
Advertisers Were Sweating the Government Shutdown
Will Fiscal Drama Steal Retail's Holiday?
Mag+ CEO Gregg Hano on Why Tablet Magazines Are Here to Stay
More on Hearst and AwesomenessTV's Launch of YouTube Effort for Seventeen
Kevin Delaney, Quartz Editor in Chief, Suggests Online News Publishers Ditch 700-Word Stories
More on ForbesLife Naming of Solomon As New Editor
Evolving Magazine Formats Do Not Necessitate a One-or-the-Other Decision
Cramming for Your November Audit
It's Come to This: A Newsroom Devoted to Brands
At WIRED 2013 in London, Bluefin’s Deb Roy Speaks of Twitter As the Shared Semiotic Bridge for All Live Experiences
Q&A with WPP's Sorrell: 96% of the Inventory Goes Down the Elevator at Night
Affluents Are Wary About Purchasing Online
Fifty Shades of Grey: Broadcast Audience Older Than Ever, Viewers Continue to Age Out of the Demo
AOL Bests Google, Delivers 3.7 Billion Video Ad Impressions
Google Seeks to Appeal Wiretap Ruling
E-Cigarette Marketing Seen Threatened by FDA Scrutiny
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Newsstand data is vital to growing your digital business. Media companies need an automated method of consolidating data from multiple sources. Attend this webinar on Oct. 30 to learn strategies for consolidating complex data from various sources; hear industry trends related to the changing digital sales marketplace and learn how to uncover value from your digital newsstand data. Add this webinar to your Outlook calendar and register today.
Thousands of marketers crowded the MPA’s booth during last week’s ANA Masters of Marketing Conference. Our popular booth promoted magazine media on all platforms and offered something for every attendee. Check out our photos and see how magazine media was a hit!
The MPA Factbook is for the first time available in a digital edition, produced by our member and sponsor Brown Printing Company. Enjoy the 2013/2014 MPA Factbook – filled with facts, stats and insights on magazine media!
October 22 - 23, 2013
Reimagined and reinvented, AM²C 2013 is Magazine Media’s premier conference, convening the top minds from publishing, editorial, technology and advertising, to explore the topics that matter most during these transformational times.
November 19, 2013
The law is changing as fast as your job description. Are you keeping up? Join us on November 19 for ASME's annual Legal Briefing for Magazine Editors.
November 06 - 07, 2013
This two-day workshop for junior-level editors covers print and digital fundamentals. The workshop explores the role of the publisher, provides hands-on training with veteran editors and includes small-group sessions about career building. Attendees come away inspired and informed.
Oxford American takes us back to 1982, the year in which three schoolboys from Mississippi set out to remake Raiders of the Lost Ark, and they didn’t stop remaking it until it was done... seven years later.